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“Over the course of the millennia, all these ancestors in your tree, generation upon generation, have come down to this moment in time—to give birth to you. There has never been, nor will ever be, another like you. You have been given a tremendous responsibility. You carry the hopes and dreams of all those who have gone before. Hopes and dreams for a better world. What will you do with your time on this Earth? How will you contribute to the ongoing story of humankind?” ~ Laurence Overmire

Family Tree Relationship Chart

Posted by Tonya Keitt Kalule

Family Relationship Chart

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1Common AncestorSon or DaughterGrandson or DaughterGreat Grandson or Daughter2nd Great Grandson or Daughter3rd Great Grandson or Daughter4th Great Grandson or Daughter
2Son or DaughterBrother or Sister
Niece or
Nephew
Grand Niece
or Nephew  
Great Grand  Niece or Nephew
2nd Great Grand Niece or Nephew
3rd Great Grand Niece or Nephew
3Grandson or Daughter
Niece or Nephew
First CousinFirst Cousin Once RemovedFirst Cousin Twice RemovedFirst Cousin Three Times RemovedFirst Cousin Four Times Removed
4Great Grandson or Daughter
Grand Niece or Nephew
First Cousin Once RemovedSecond CousinSecond Cousin Once RemovedSecond Cousin Twice RemovedSecond Cousin Three Times Removed
52nd Great Grandson or Daughter
Great Grand Niece or Nephew
First Cousin Twice RemovedSecond Cousin Once RemovedThird CousinThird Cousin Once RemovedThird Cousin Twice Removed
63rd Great Grandson or Daughter
2nd Great Grand Niece or Nephew
First Cousin Three Times RemovedSecond Cousin Twice RemovedThird Cousin Once RemovedFourth CousinFourth Cousin Once Removed
74th Great Grandson or Daughter
3rd Great Grand Niece or Nephew
First Cousin Four Times RemovedSecond Cousin Three Times RemovedThird Cousin Twice RemovedFourth Cousin Once RemovedFifth Cousin

How to Calculate How Two People Are Related

  1. Select two people in your family and figure out the most recent direct ancestor they have in common. For example, if you chose yourself and a first cousin, you would have a grandparent in common.
  2. Look at the top row of the chart (in blue) and find the first person's relationship to the common ancestor.
  3. Look at the far left column of the chart (in blue) and find the second person's relationship to the common ancestor.
  4. Move across the columns and down the rows to determine where the row and column containing these two relationships (from #2 & #3) meet. This box is the relationship between the two individuals.

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